Aviation Maintenance Instructor
This is a 9-month tenure-track faculty position that reports to the Director of Aviation Programs. This individual will be responsible for, but not limited to, the following: teaching aircraft systems under FAA Part 147, preparing of lesson plans and syllabi, visual aids, use Power Point in presentations; maintaining and repairing equipment, tools and labs. Participate on various advisory boards, serve on college committees, and perform other duties as assigned or deemed necessary.
REQUIRED QUALIFICATIONS: Associate degree in aviation maintenance or a related field; A P certification required, two years of teaching and /or three years of industry field experience. Applicants chosen for interviews will be required to present a brief teaching simulation before the search committee. Per FAA guidelines, incumbent will be required to pass an initial drug test and participate in randomization testing.PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS: Bachelor or Master's degree preferred.Working Conditions:Work is done both indoors and outdoors, requires lifting up to 80 pounds, carrying objects of up to 50 pounds. Work performed indoors is performed in a non-smoking facility.